In progress as we speak -- the problem with guys like this is that it's like Whac-A-Mole, you hit them on the head in one location (metophorically speaking) and they pop up with another username elsewhere.
The main thing I think when I see rubbish like this is "There but for the grace of God go you or I"
Of course, you could look at it another way -- if he/she set out to be an annoying little worm, then all we can say is "you succeeded -- job well done (now PLEASE go away :-)"
@mathewdavis9179: Please, PLEASE go and annoy someone else and stop posting meaningless drivel here on EE Times. All you are doing is wasting time, annoying people, and decreasing the sum total of happiness in the world.
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